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Contributed by Carrie Beth Rykowski, June 15, 2017
​This STEAM unit is a multifaceted simulation of engineering research combined with an art project!
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Contributed by Jennifer Griffith-Delgado, March 26, 2014
This free chapter from Learn to Program with Scratch introduces the concept of variables.
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Contributed by Chris Gresse von Wangenheim, November 21, 2013
Ideas on how to integrate the teaching of programming with SCRATCH into the curriculum in elementary school.
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Contributed by Adriano Parracciani, June 25, 2013
this challenge is focused on creating drawings using only the 12 blocks listed.
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Contributed by Derek Breen, May 11, 2013
I created this simple project to introduce the concept of Generative Art while attending the May ScratchEd Meetup at the MIT Media Lab.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, September 25, 2012
This resource includes a tutorial video and sample code for creating various shapes and patterns in Scratch.
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Contributed by Lorraine Leo, August 17, 2012
Presentation at Scratch Creative Computing workshop 2012.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, May 31, 2011
From the Creative Computing educator workshop, a compilation of presentations, activities, and handouts for cultivating computational thinking and computational creativity in your classroom.
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Contributed by Jane Long, May 18, 2011
Use Scratch to make awesome abstract art!
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Contributed by Elisabeth, April 04, 2016
A 7th grade class creates an Art project using geometrical concepts and coding.
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Contributed by Elise, June 04, 2015
Students gain excitement creating coding games based on a multidisciplinary unit.
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Contributed by susan, January 19, 2012
Beautiful math art inspired by Vi Hart
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Contributed by Karen, March 27, 2011
We recently facilitated a workshop at the ICA in Boston, in cooperation with RYMAEC
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Contributed by Karen, February 15, 2011
An email exchange about a Scratch workshop for MIT art students
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Member since November 29, 2013
I am interested in the arts digital technology and the education. web site: http://www.arnaud-perennes.fr/ education: http://www.arnaud-perennes.fr/index.php/kids-coding-enfants-a-rennes-necessite-flash-player festival: je[u] - Festival Bouillants#06: workshops 3-7 mars 2014 Rennes. Exhibition april 6- June 1 2014. Bretagne - France "ScreenshotGame" Mash-Up Film Festival : 14 et 15 juin 2014 au Forum des Images. 2 Rue du cinéma, 75001 Paris http://www.mashupfilmfestival.fr/
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Member since April 26, 2012
Art & Technology Educator. My work is in teacher education in the age of digital networks, the maker movement, and Material Inquiry pedagogy. At Teachers College, Columbia University, where I taught in the Art & Art Education program, I designed and directed the Myers Media Art Studio, a center for exploratory art and technology research and education.
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Member since November 26, 2011
I'd like to start a revolution of the opposable thumb. Next gen? It's time to design an entirely different species of game. Something alien; something much closer to home. I believe there's a movement beginning to form and we're all aching to start something that can't be stopped. We want to break all the rules without cheating. We want to evolve past the recycle and return to something original, the authentic. Somewhere in the middle of all this technique we've been developing for years and the completely new creative direction that social games are building for us, is the beginning of our future as game makers.
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Member since May 01, 2010
High School Teacher, NYC.
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